It's been a few months since we wrote about disability among veterans. As we discussed in our January 18 post, there are now about 3.4 million disabled veterans in the U.S. These veterans come Michigan and every other state.
Income tax filing season is now fully underway. In keeping with the annual ritual, taxpayers are looking for ways to take full advantage of favorable tax provisions and minimize tax payments wherever possible.
The war in Afghanistan is drawing down. Yet the disability problems faced by veterans who served there and in other places are as urgent as ever.
At least one out of five adult recipients of Social Security is a military veteran. When one adds in family members, veterans and their families make up about 35 percent of the adult beneficiary population for Social Security.